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Re: Another OT/weather

Ceres, thanks, I will do that.  I've meanged to make out most of them
compared to what I remember the dr saying.  But there are still two I can't
make out.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Tuesday, November 18, 2003 9:32 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Another OT/weather

> In a message dated 11/18/03 12:15:47 AM, mtalt@hort.net writes:
> << What you could do is go to your local pharmacist and have them
> interpret the prescriptions and tell you exactly what each is
> supposed to do; they are supposed to be able to do that for people.
> Then, when you have the spelling correct for each one, you can plug
> it into Google and find out what kind of reactions you might get from
> taking it and all sorts of other info >>
> Kitty, I work 2 days wkly(past 8 yrs) at a local pharmacy/Hallmark store
> during the holidays and our pharmacists will interpret your prescription
as well
> as provide possible reactions.  The other service they will provide is
over the
> counter suggestions when given your condition and symptoms.
>     I have not read anything in regard to last weeks weather.  Didn't any
> you get the horrible winds?  Last Wed we were without elect, which is
> for several hrs.  Roofs were blown off and much property damage however we
> none.  What strange weather in the LA area! We rcd rain yesterday and is
> raining this a.m.  A wonderful soft rain which is pulling us out of the
> moisture shortage.  I love to receive the moisture this time of year which
> the watering which I think is the most important insurance against winter
> loss.  Tornado warnings last eve for parts of Iowa & Neb however I didn't
> hear any touched down.
>     Ceres
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